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Bowflex SelectTech 1090 Adjustable Dumbbell (Single)

by Bowflex

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  • Adjustable dumbbell that does the work of multiple dumbbells in one
  • Weight adjusts from 10 pounds up to 90 pounds in 5-pound increments with the twist of a dial
  • Suitable for both basic toning and strength exercises and heavy leg lifts
  • Durable molding surrounds the metal plates to create smooth, quiet liftoff
  • Includes "Secrets of the 4-Step Rep" DVD with more than 30 exercises
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Bowflex SelectTech 1090 Adjustable Dumbbell (Single) + Bowflex SelectTech Dumbbell Stand (2013) + Bowflex SelectTech Adjustable Bench Series 5.1
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Product Details

Style Name: Dumbells (Single)
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  • Product Dimensions: 41 x 39 x 15 inches ; 105 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 212 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000OC5RXE
  • Item model number: SelectTech 1090
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (310 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,030 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I'd highly recommend the purchase of the Bowflex stand that accommodates both the 1090 & 552 Bowflex SelectTech Dumbbells.
fair & balanced
This is a great dumbbell for a home gym it takes out little space and allows you to do a good deal of works out adjusting weights in seconds.
J. Amador
They do extend a little longer in length then traditional dumbbells, especially at lower weights but again I had no issue with it.
Boise Nelson

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289 of 302 people found the following review helpful By Javier on June 19, 2009
Style Name: Dumbells (Single)
First off, this is a great product, but I will not spend the time reviewing the great things about this product because I feel there are many other reviews that have already done that. Here are some things I found I thought should be helpful to others:

1) In the "most helpful critical review" it is listed that the rectangular chrome handles are a pain to deal with. This almost compelled me not to buy this product. However, after trying out the DBs, I did not find it much of a bother. The "rectangular" handles are pretty much round with a hint of "rectangulariness" if you will. Not much of a bother to me, but some thick tape cloth should remedy the problem if you have sensitive hands.

2) To those that do not want to buy the $150 stand, I found that instead of picking the DBs off the floor, you can simply make use of the shipping boxes as a custom made stand. Just turn over the Styrofoam and cut off the top lid of the box and place the DB within the box and you are set. The DBs are still a little low, but it is better than picking them off the floor.

3) If you ever have the problem of a DB not fitting within the base evenly, the dials are stuck, and one of the plates does not attach to the DB, do not send in the DB to the manufacturer just yet (I had this occur to me today). After some experimenting, I finally figured out that all I had to do was remove the DB from the base and remove the plates from the base until the base was completely emptied. Then, with the emptied base, place the DB back within the base (without remaining plates on the floor). You should be able to switch the dials back to 10 lbs with plates from the DB coming off. Then simply place back all the plates within the base and place the DB back within the base with the plates ready to go.
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83 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Tony on October 16, 2008
Style Name: Dumbells (Single)
I've been using the 1090's for a few weeks now. I have a very limited amount of workout space in my apartment so I don't have the room for a full dumbbell set. This set provides 90 lbs for each arm which is more than enough for every exercise that I do. 50 lbs was not enough so I'm glad I bought the 1090's vs. the 1050's.

The 1050's have a nice rubberized handle grip but the 1090's have an all metal grip with a rough texture. I find them less comfortable than the rubberized grip but a little tape takes care of the issue.

The dial selector is very good and is super easy to use. It just takes a couple seconds to dial in the weight you want and off you go. This is a very high quality product and it works very well.

The only drawback I've seen is that the bar is pretty long so you are using a large and long dumbbell even when you only need 10 lbs of weight. I've had some trouble doing double arm curls because the weights hit when I get my arms close enough together to do the exercise properly. To compensate, I just do one set with each arm individually. 90% of the exercises I do are not affected by the length so its not a significant issue for me.

I highly recommend this set. You should consider getting the stand to save your back. 90 or 180 lbs is a lot of weight to lift from the floor and especially if you are doing it repetitively. The stand is at the right height and orientation to allow easy pickup of the dumbbells without straining your back.

I bought the 1090 dumbbell set (two dumbbells) and the stand new for $600 at Play it Again Sports. I haven't seen any deals that good online. If you don't want to spend the money for a full set of dumbbells and/or you if you have limited space, then I highly recommend this product. I have to say I still enjoy dialing in the weight every time I do it. I guess the gadget factor is something to consider also :-)
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130 of 156 people found the following review helpful By Barry Rabkin on November 15, 2009
Style Name: Dumbells (Single)
I'm a certified personal trainer, I've been lifting regularly for nearly a decade and after 3 months with my Selectech 1090 dumbbells I can tell you with absolute certainty they are the best purchase I've ever made to get a stronger, more muscular body.

First off let me tell you why I decided to get them since my motivations will help explain their benefits:

Already knowledgeable on lifting - Like I said, I'm a certified personal trainer and I already know how to do tons of exercises with proper form. If I had no idea how to do strength training, these dumbbells would be pretty intimidating, and I'd probably want to get a home gym machine to guide me through the proper motions.

180 is Just Right - For someone light the 1050's that are 50 pounds would probably be adequate resistance. By the same token, if your a 250 pound lineman on your Division 1 College football team, or a power lifter these weights will be inadequate for you. 180 pounds is enough resistance for most people, but if your an elite athlete in a high weight class these just aren't going to cut it long term. You should go with a full olympic weight set.

I weigh about 180 pounds, so I figure If I can bench, row, squat and deadlift the dumbbells which are equivalent to my body weight for 10 reps I'm strong enough and don't need to worry about getting bigger. I think most people feel that way and these will fit the needs of the vast majority of users.

Workout By Myself - If you have a spotter to help you adjust weights, or spot you from dropping a heavy bar on your throat then barbell sets are a little more appealing but since I work out by myself, quickly adjusted weights and dumbells that I can let go of without decapitating myself are very appealing.
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